McKenna, Stacey A. “The meth factor”: Group membership,
information management, and the navigation of stigma. Contemporary Drug
Problems. (In press)
McKenna, Stacey A. “We’re supposed to be asleep?”:
Vigilance, paranoia and the alert methamphetamine user. Anthropology of
Consciousness. (In press, for Fall 2013)
McKenna, Stacey A. and Main, Deborah S. The role and
influence of informants in community-engaged research: A critical perspective.
Action Research, (0)0: 1-12.
McKenna, Stacey, Iwasaki, Patricia, Stewart, Tracey and
Main, Deborah. Key informants and community members in community-based
participatory research: One is not like the other. Progress in Community Health
Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 5(4): 387-397.
McKenna, Stacey A. Maintaining class, producing gender:
Enhancement discourses about amphetamine in entertainment media. International
Journal of Drug Policy, 22(6): 455-462.
McKenna, Stacey A. Reproducing hegemony: The culture of
enhancement and discourses of amphetamines in popular fiction. Culture,
Medicine and Psychiatry, 35: 90-97.